Here at Nebraska VR, we see social media as an opportunity to help share information about our mission and engage our communities. Nebraska VR strives to provide valuable information to Nebraska residents about disability employment topics, client success stories, and community outreach.You can connect with us on the social media sites you like. Job seekers, businesses, partners, and youth are online and talking about Nebraska VR and we want to be part of the conversation.
MyVR offers clients access to their Employment Specialist and valuable employment tools via our own secure web application. The application allows for greater communication and transparency from the time you apply for services through your successful employment. Ask an Employment Specialist today about about opening a MyVR account!
Our Calendar of Events includes job fair and event booth dates where you can talk to one of our Employment Specialists to learn more about Nebraska VR services.
Our Facebook Fan Page allows us to engage with a social audience. We share photos, videos, events, questions, and more with Facebook users who have liked the page. These shared updates are visible in our Facebook fans' news feeds. We monitor and respond to feedback and suggestions posted to our Facebook Fan Page. We are interested in our audiences opinions and interests in the topic of disability employment.
Our Twitter Page allows us to engage with a social audience on another social media channel. Our goal is to share information that matters to Nebraska residents about our disability employment services.
Our YouTube Channel allows us to share client success stories. In the future we will also share the stories of our business partners who have tapped into our pool of qualified applicants.
Our LinkedIn Company Page allows us to connect and engage in a professional setting. We share information about our services, our partners, our services, and job opportunities. Any LinkedIn member can follow a company page.
It is the policy of the Nebraska Department of Education not to discriminate on the basis of gender, disability, race, color, religion, marital status, age, national origin or genetic information in its education programs, administration, policies, employment or other agency programs.